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Thank you,

Charles Roring

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Raja Ampat Snorkeling Trip

I organize snorkeling trip in Raja Ampat for tourists who want to see the marine life of the islands. The main targets which tourists want to see are the anemonefish such as Pink Anemonefish, Red and Black Anemonefish, as well as Spinecheek Anemonefish. Snorkelers also like to see blue, yellow, orange Christmas Tree Worms.
Marine Life in the waters of Warduwer beach
Because the coral reef of Raja Ampat is very rich in marine life, visitors will have the opportunity of seeing hundreds of species of fish including the parrotfish, wrasse, blenny, butterflyfish, stonefish, and boxfish.  Burrowing clams are also interesting subjects which visitors like to photograph.
From my previous snorkeling activities at the beach, I saw blue, orange and mixture of white and red sea stars
Warduwer beach underwater
Warduwer beach is a nice place for snorkeling and freediving. There is a new beach resort that is being built at this beach. Its name is Raja Ampat Flow Resort also called RAFLOW. Staying at this resort, visitors can enjoy birding too. Birds such as Eclectus Parrot, Palm Cockatoo, Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Beautiful Fruit Dove, Pinon Imperial Pigeon, Yellow-faced Myna, Singing Starling, White-breasted Woodswallow, Red Bird of Paradise, Hooded Butcherbird, Sacred Kingfisher and Beach Kingfisher are some of the many birds which visitors can see.
If you are interested in visiting Raja Ampat and want me to arrange your trip here, please, contact me by email to: peace4wp@gmail.com or by whatsapp to: +6281332245180.

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